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Wawne Festival returns for another year.

Walking Treasure Hunt

Sunday 9 July 2017, 1pm. Pay as you feel. Wawne Village Hall, 36 Main Street, Hull, HU7 5XH.

A new event for the Wawne Festival. The walking treasure hunt will be for all ages, residents and people from out of the village can join in. Walk the village, answer some questions and look for treasure to win prizes. Team members are a maximum of 5, but families with children are an exception. There’s no need to go inside houses or buildings, or into gardens.

Quiz Night

Tuesday 11 July 2017, 7pm. Pay as you feel. Wawne Village Hall, 36 Main Street, Hull, HU7 5XH.

Join Wawne Festival for a night out with all the family. The quiz will suit all ages and knowledge. There will be mini games between rounds for bonus points and prizes and a raffle on the door.

Show Day

Saturday 15 July 2017, 1pm. 50p – £1.50, Wawne Primary School, 10 Greens Lane, HU7 5XT.

A fun day out for all the family – you can expect live music, dancers, craft stalls, classic cars, tractors and engines, children’s rides and classes from Wawne’s WI. BBC Look North’s Peter Lever will even be putting in an appearance.

If you have any queries about the events get in touch with Wawne Festival organisers.

Event Type

  • Family Friendly


All ages


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